all you need is a 6tooth pinion...(rc4wd) a 64 spur gear a 27T (ROAR) motor and some dirt tires spikes or V paddles and hubs for your new wheels ,,,,,,maybe (2) 1/4" flanged bearings for the axle so how much is that?
you already have the front tires (those are on mine) a body, a hitch, an esc probably and a 6 cell battery and some weight (lead) to bring it to 3# total
What hitch are you using? In the article there using a post in place of the wheely bars. And just hooking to that. And are those the only tires you can use ? I'd like to see the rc4wd pullers on one. I'm thinking about adding this class but need to find readily avalible rear wheels for our guys. That's me ( joe) asking the questions on that write up.
If you look up hornet or grass hopper tires . Some pop up that look exactly like the prolines . Buuuut they want 40 bucks for them . So the tlt tires are larger that what your running ? I think that's what we'll run. Since there easyer to find. Do we'll just tweak the rules a bit.
gotta use that stock digger chassis
Rear tires are to be a maximum 3 ?" diameter, and a maximum of 2" wide. Front tires are to be a maximum of 2 ?", the stock tire size. The minimum front tire size is 1 3/8"
I used these Losi step pin buggy tires on mine LOSA7378S. They fit within the class specs but I have yet to try them out pulling.
3 trucks sitting on the bench waiting to run. Too many things happening to make it to a pull but we are determined to make it to one as soon as things slow down around here.